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I am constantly amazed at the combination of devotion and scholarship present in Puritan authors. They demonstrate that there is no contradiction between careful, dedicated study and reverent worship to God.
On the second Saturday of our tour, we had a free afternoon. Our driver Jim offered the use of the bus to us and suggested some possibilities for sites to see. When he suggested that we visit Tintern Abbey, we all agreed that this would be a great thing to add to our itinerary. There [...]
Here are some pulpits from the second half of our tour. There is an extra surprise included.
We all have those little things we enjoy doing when we visit places. Since I hold such a high view of the preaching ministry, one of my favorite things to do in historic places is standing in (or next to) pulpits in churches. I had lots of opportunities on the tour.
What a wonderful tour! All of us are very thankful to the Lord for His abundant mercies to us. We enjoyed safety (once or twice someone stepped into the street without looking to the right) and good weather, but mostly wonderful moments of friendship and a profound sense of the power of God’s workings among [...]
For all those who could not join us on our tour, here’s our daily intinerary: Today, Saturday June 13, we arrive in London. Our major event for the day (apart from overcoming jet-lag), is a visit to one of my favorite castles in England, Hampton Court Palace.
Geneva 2009: a journey through historical places aiming to the future: A report by IRBS Fellow Leonardo De Chirico This year is the fifth centenary of Calvin’s birth and, with this important anniversary in mind, CERBI organized a tour of the places where Calvin lived and committed himself to Reformation.Next Entries »